A Californian company named Opener has unveiled the latest attempt of a flying car.
BlackFly was tested in Canada carrying one person in a small cockpit, powered by “eight propulsion systems, spread across two wings”, while travelling up to 25 miles at a speed of 62mph.
Currently, it is unable to fly at night or over urban areas under current federal regulations.
Furthermore, it does not require a pilot’s license. Instead, riders will have to take part in a training programme before being able to drive the vehicle.
Firms such as Google and Uber are also working towards being a part of the flying car market.
Written by Leah Alger